Jasmine loves cooking and more importantly, eating! She is passionate about helping people improve their relationship with food by making it less stressful, more accessible and enjoyable! She chose to pursue dietetics as it was the perfect mix of food and science.
Jasmine grew up in a small farming community and made the move to Melbourne to study Dietetics at Deakin University. She is now an Accredited Practising dietitian and has experience in many areas including rural health, community rehabilitation, aged care and disability. She loves working with clients face to face and via telehealth. She particularly loves telehealth because it opens up the possibility for people living rurally to access healthcare without the long drive or waiting lists.
Jasmine currently has many interest areas including:
• Gut health including IBS
• Chronic Health conditions including Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes
• Mental Health
• Recipe development
Outside of her work as a dietitian her personal interests are also food related! On the weekend you’ll usually find her experimenting in the kitchen, eating out, cooking for friends and family, trying new food products or more recently, learning to cook in the camp oven.
Jasmine has completed the Monash FODMAP Training Course for Dietitians and is a member of Dietitians Australia.
Area of Focus
- Heart disease
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Masters of Dietetics | Bachelor of Food and Nutrition majoring in Food Science Accredited Practising Dietitian